We're getting wet

We’re getting wet

We’ve been setting new records across the board, one was 8in of rain poured down on Naperville Illinois where you could see fish jumping out on the roads from adjacent pounds and streams.  Never in my life have I seen Chicago  streets where you could float a boat to get around town.   Like in the name of this film maker fidockave213 can be anywhere you live on the planet (Fidock Ave 213) and just down the street you know of a disaster if not in your own backyard.

Chicago Deep Tunnel Project

Holds a lot of water

The Deep Tunnel Project was started back in 1975 in order to relieve storm overflow of 52 municipalities in Cook County, well the capacity filled to 2.3 billion gallons and that’s all she holds right now until completed in 2015 were capacity will reach 8 billion gallons.  All the locks for the rivers leading out of Chicago were opened in order for the water to flow into Lake Michigan,   when you get 5 to 8in of rain in one day ah,  the only thing to due is head for high ground and higher ground is something to think about as we witness the events taking place around the world.  I mean everyone is being disrupted by climate change,  it’s going to change the way we live on the planet so we’re going to adapt to this.

Sun glasses please

Sun glasses please

Now one thing you don’t read or hear much about is Earth’s Axial tilt,  yes sir the Earth’s axis completes one full cycle of precession approximately every 26,000 years.  At the same time the elliptical orbit rotates more slowly.  The combined effect of the two precessions leads to a 21,000-year period between the astronomical seasons and the orbit. In addition, the angle between Earth’s rotational axis and the normal to the plane of its orbit (obliquity) oscillates between 22.1 and 24.5 degrees on a 41,000-year cycle. It is currently 23.44 degrees and decreasing.  So with this tilt guess what pod?  that’s right we lean towards the sun, like putting your head out from under the shade your going to get warm.  Wait a minute there’s that figure again 26,000 years,  sound familiar?  from the Mayan Calender the cycle of the sun on the galactic plane as it orbits the center of the Milky Way.  Many constants in nature we just don’t understand all of them but working hard to try,  give the humans a break,  they haven’t been here that long to figure all this balance in the cosmos linked to the effects thrown at Earth.

It’s tough out there!

Video uploaded by U Tube user fidockave213


Mother Earth

Mother Earth

Holy mother part 2?  This just ain’t going to quit not something you what to get use to!  Be that as it may we have no say,  you could pull the plug on every contraption we use and guess what your feet are still going to get wet.  The planet is changing as it has for 4.5 billion years without you or me for that matter so we either adapt or how long can you hold your breath?   This very well could be that the planet is killing us softly,  you bitch!  It does make a difference how we treat the environment (wonder what she thinks of us?) the American Indians knew of this, take care of the air you breath, take care of the water you drink, take care of the trees and great respect of the Grandfather and land.   There has to be a balance as all things here on Earth and around us in the cosmos,  upset the balance and it becomes an ass whipping,  with or without humans these events will always be, it’s part of a planet’s life so show some respect it doesn’t  go unnoticed.  She really isn’t a bitch just a big girl and because there is so many of us we tend to get in the way of her uncomfortable moments.  She has a lot of plumbing and that shit doesn’t always work,  just ask any human female,  ah you might want to start with are you OK today honey?

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2 responses to “FIDOCKAVE213

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